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Road blocks persist for revival of dead St. Louis mall

A St. Louis official is skeptical about plans to declare Jamestown Mall, in Florissant, Mo., declared blighted to make way for redevelopment plans, reports the St. Louis Dispatch. The ownership structure of the former mall has complicated rehabilitation of the property. The St. Louis Economic Development Partnership has bought out three owners and is negotiating to purchase property rights from a fourth owner. Sources say eminent domain has not been ruled out as a tactic to secure the fifth parcel, the paper reports. Locals are supportive of plans to convert the mold-ridden former mall into a mixed-use center. Jamestown Mall closed in 2014.

 

 

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